Definition of me-tooer in English:

me-tooer

noun

US
informal, depreciative
  • A person who acquiesces in, adopts, or imitates a view or policy (especially a successful or popular one) proposed or championed by another (usually rival) person or party; (more widely) a person who rushes to follow a trend.

Origin

1920s. From me too + -er. Compare later me-too.

Pronunciation

me-tooer

/ˌmiːˈtuːə/